Monday, October 11, 2010

10-10-12 Record 41.8 Million Americans Receiving Food Stamps

Record 41.8 Million Americans Receiving Food Stamps 
By Michael Krebs
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Texas, California, New York, Florida, and Michigan represent the top five states in terms of volume of food stamp recipients.

10-10-11 The Secret World of Time Magazine

One must read media manipulations as preparation for the legitimacy of the application of force against "restless natives".
The writer is unarmed and advocates civil disobedience only.

Billboard on I-70 in Missouri
Received by email under Subject: Natives are restless. 

WTP Chairman Bob Schulz is featured in the cover story of the Oct. 11, 2010 issue of TIME magazine titled, ""Locked and Loaded: The Secret World of Extreme Militias."

The TIME article is volatile and highly misleading.
What follows is Bob's response. Please send it to as many people as you can. Thank you. 

Links to the TIME article and an online interview w/ Bob Schulz are at the bottom of this update.
Dear Editor:
I am featured in your cover article, written by Barton Gellman, though I cannot understand why.  You have wholly mischaracterized me and the works of my Foundation, in order to shoehorn me into a piece that may work for TIME, but has no relevance to what Gellman and I discussed. The information I provided to Gellman, through more than six hours of face-to-face interviews, plus e-mails and written documentation, has been twisted and wholly taken out of context, rendering it inaccurate, misleading and libelous.
There are so many falsehoods in what was attributed to me that I cannot address them all in this letter. I will take them up with TIME management. 
For the record, I have never advocated violence, I do not and have never belonged to any militia, nor do I communicate with militias or influence militias in any way that I am aware of.  However, I do fully support the Constitution's guarantee of well-regulated militias in every State. To quote the mandate of the second Amendment, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the Right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." Therefore, the absence of well-regulated Militias in every State is repugnant to the constitution. 
This article serves neither the truth nor the People of this nation. While it wastes thousands of words regurgitating the intricate details of militia activities, their confrontations with government officials, and a handful of blatantly criminal acts, the article fails to address the fundamental "secret" re-invigorating the Patriot consciousness of Americans across the land. 
The "secret" that the mainstream media appears to have an extreme aversion against putting forward or openly discussing, is that over many administrations, with the support of both Parties, the federal government has all but abandoned our Constitution.(Continued...)
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10-10-02 Fraud in Signing Recorded Documents by major Lenders - no More title Insurance

GMAC Mortgage, of Ally Bank, was sanctioned in both Maine and Florida for affidavits under penalty of perjury without the signor reading anything.  GMAC has now woken up and stopped the practice, perhaps too late.

2 Title Companies (Fidelity National and Old Republic National Title) are now refusing to insure loans by some Lenders, especially GMAC

At Least Three More Lenders Stop Foreclosures After Admitting to Paperwork Problems  October 6, 2010  Posted By Howard Nassiri, PC on October 6, 2010:

Yucaipa loan modification attorneys wrote recently about GMAC Mortgage, the mortgage arm of Ally Bank, suspending all foreclosures in 23 states after discovering problems with its paperwork

CNBC reported that JP Morgan Chase is also temporarily suspending its foreclosures while it looks into the truthfulness of affidavits signed to support those foreclosures:

On Sept. 30, the Washington Post's Political Economy blog reported that an executive from OneWest Bank, the successor to the failed IndyMac, admitted that nobody on her team reads the 6,000 documents they sign in a week:

And on Oct. 1, Bank of America followed suit by temporarily stopping foreclosures in 23 states.